Category Archives: Assistance dog

Play me a song, tell me a story

Joys of Living Assistance pups—The N litter    We lined the puppies up on the old settee one by one. As they put the seventh pup in placeView full post »

Introducing the first half of the M litter

Half of the M litter Just starting to work through my edits on the fuzzy puppy cuteness for The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs. At eightView full post »

The M litter, short for a million puppies

The M litter    I have been so lucky to work with The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs the last few years. The most recent litter broughtView full post »

The babies have arrived

Five day old puppies    In 18 months these little puppies will be graduating as assistance dogs for The Joys of Living AssistanceView full post »

Ending the week with a smile

The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs I had so much fun with the puppies that I wanted to end the week with just one more photo of all them.View full post »

Puppytude

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Pretty please

The eyes have it I am afraid that the word “no” just exited my vocabulary. Seriously, how could anyone tell these babies no?View full post »

Shush, the puppies are sleeping

The L litter My life is one wonderful story right after another and today was another highlight. These eight little sleepy heads are the LView full post »

Swimming lessons

Joys of Living Assistance Dogs The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs had swimming lessons tonight at the Pawsabilities Unlimited pool. Some ofView full post »

Connections

The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs On occasion I get invited by The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs to do some photography. I love toView full post »

Hang in there baby

Albert Day 291, 2012 This is probably one of the coolest cats I have ever met. Beauty aside, Albert is amazing. He is a therapy cat for theView full post »

The graduates

Dakota, Ida, Gary, Hank, Eli Day 255, 2012 This week the 2012 graduating class of The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs will be presented toView full post »